Waltham, MA - Bentley College, a national leader in business education, received approval on November 17 from the Massachusetts Board of Higher Education to launch its first doctoral programs in Business and Accountancy, beginning in September 2006.
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Waltham, MA - Call it a role reversal -- Bentley professors become the students during a series of workshops in Fall 2005 and Spring 2006 designed to help them integrate methods such as quiet meditation, reflection, mindfulness, and centering prayer into their courses.
Waltham, Mass. -- Amid growing concern that the number of liberal arts majors has been dropping at U.S. colleges and universities for decades, Bentley College has launched a first-of-its kind major in liberal studies to be pursued in tandem with any business major.
Two Bentley professors, in partnership with The Boston Club, have found that women continue to be an underutilized resource in the boardrooms and executive suites of Massachusetts companies, according to the 2005 Census of Women Directors and Executive Officers of Massachusetts Public Companies.
Waltham, MA - Bentley College launches "Project Eye-to-Eye", a new program that teams local elementary school children who have learning disabilities (LD) and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) with a Bentley college student who has a similar learning disability. The Bentley students will use their first-hand experience to serve as tutors, mentors and role models.
Bentley College is accepting nominations for its second annual Tomorrow25 international leadership competition. Spotlighting exemplary high school juniors from around the world, the program identifies students who demonstrate initiative, citizenship, technological savvy, cultural awareness, social responsibility and a commitment to making positive things happen in their communities or schools.
Waltham, Mass. - The Campaign for Bentley has surpassed its $100 million goal to become the most successful fundraising campaign in the college's history -- bringing in $107 million, four times more than the previous goal in 1997.